HOUSTON -- Reflecting synergies in its operation and a lower cost of goods, Randalls Food Markets here said it has lowered its advertised food prices. In the process, it also lowered the maximum value of its triple-coupon offer from 50 cents to 39 cents, R. Randall Onstead, president and chief operating officer, told SN. "As we've moved forward with the merger of the [Dallas-based] Cullum Cos. operation, we've found synergies that have enabled us to lower prices, and we're reflecting that ...

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